ashley: they certainly are. phil flynn of price futures group, thank you so much. >> thank you. tracy: okay, so the u.s. economy added 162,000 jobs last month. that is actually far less than the 184,000 economists were looking for. way below the 200,000 we need just to keep up but the unemployment rate fell to 7.4%, a four 1/2-year low. here to break undot numbers, gus faucher, senior economist at pnc financial services. gus, at first blush, everyone looks the unemployment rate fell to 7.4%. good news but not so much, huh? >> unemployment rate fell because we have 227,000 jobs according to household sector. payroll of businesses only rose by 162,000. mixed signals. overall it's a disappointing report however. tracy: one the big disappointments was full time versus part-time jobs created right?